I want to live in Poland! Where to begin?

I want to live in Poland! Where to begin?
There are a lot of people left from Russia on the forum .. I understand that vryatli to Poland (here more often Canada, America, Germany and so on), but still, you can throw a couple of tips on where to start?
No matter which country you left, I think the process of obtaining a visa is similar. I graduate from the university (Russian), with Polish problems, but I think I have lived there for a couple of months and when I go to the courses I will quickly learn.
What ideas, tips? We will begin with obtaining a visa, of course. Maybe study? Maybe the purchase of real estate (this is real, selling Russian), but she does not give the right to live on the amount of understanding.
but why should you go there? I have Polish friends, and then from there they were sent to more corn places)
And who are you by nationality? If not Polish, then what did you forget?
The Polish language is garbage. Learn to automatically stress the second syllable. Declination and conjugation are almost similar to Russian. Start reading Polish books and the press on the Internet. The main problem is getting used to & quot; prz – & quot ;. The only braking thing in the Polish language. Catch the Polish channel. Warsaw Poles speak normally. There are such areas as Podgalye and Pomorie – there may be problems with dialects. Look for a Poles in your family – this can help you greatly. You can even get the “Map of the Pole”.
Learn to automatically stress the second syllable.
Not so written, the penultimate syllable from the end of the word.
Poland-European Union. As you know, buying real estate does not entitle you to work and permanent residence. And how are you going to move, you ask?
to the account of a sloppy country. I like this country, not everyone wants to emigrate to America or Canada because of the standard of living, I want not because of money (they are not there to earn), but because of their desire to live in this country.
Unfortunately, the Pole’s card (or I do not know how to stay, I do not know) does not shine, I’m not Polish, and not even a Belarusian or Ukrainian (which would have made things a little easier), but Russian.
Proceeding from this, it is necessary to find the way out of my migration)
Let’s share ideas)
Poland-European Union. As you know, buying real estate does not entitle you to work and permanent residence. And how are you going to move, you ask?
so I created a theme for this)))
there is a very small% of Belarusians \ Ukrainians, who are also not from the euro area, but moved the same.
real estate can be bought by opening an LLC, this requires money, I think you better ask at some Polish forum.
Only marriage. More, as in the whole of the European Union, nothing at all.
Only marriage. More, as in the whole of the European Union, in any way.
Well, I do not get acquainted with the sites and I never accept this.
Can still options?
Only marriage. More, as in the whole of the European Union, nothing at all.
at the expense of marriage, then the option of course, but NW – categorically not.
but on another, how?
The author I understand you – also want to live in Poland, and almost for the same reasons as you)) I also think how to get there. My husband has the opportunity to get a Pole’s card, but I do not understand how she can help.
The author I understand you – also want to live in Poland, and almost for the same reasons as you)) I also think how to get there. My husband has the opportunity to get a Pole’s card, but I do not understand how she can help.
true? did not know that someone would also like to move)))
as far as I know, the Pole’s card gives everything, up to free education. or I am confused with the card of the stay (this is a pomoymu type PMZ), and the map of the Pole, then your husband to some extent a Pole (relatives?).
It will help ALL. Visas will not be necessary for your husband.
author, do not listen and do not make excuses for those who are abusing Poland. A wonderful country, the level of development is an order of magnitude higher than in the same Czech Republic and Serbia. The Russians do not like this stamp, it all depends on what kind of people you find on the way, there are very open Poles, free from historical prejudices. By the way, for a note, that’s exactly who they do not like, so it’s the Germans .. probably can not forgive the ruined Warsaw until now)) and the Russian attitude is tolerant. Another thing is how you go there. The only option is study, I just do not see others as an option .Vybor uch institutions have, but need capital, you are going to pay for a life out there? with work in Poland is now tight, the economic situation is not so hot, many Poles have traveled to other European countries, where ZP is an order of magnitude higher and at the same time one can afford much more at the same level in Poland.
To start enrolling in an institution of higher learning, then, under the Erasmus exchange program, to leave for the desired EU country – there will be a permanent residence permit, etc. Later look for work (during the study the language will be super) and so on. Everything is real, but this option is long.
But by the way. If the author has some kind of blood relationship with the Poles, then it is quite elementary to obtain now the “Polish card”, introduced by the Polish state for foreign persons of Polish origin. This is now done by tens of thousands of people around the world, including many residents of Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine. And then it will be easier for her.
According to his own completely fresh impressions of visiting Poland (where he had to visit repeatedly, as close friends live there), everything goes and develops in the right direction. The most important thing is that Poland is a monoethnic country. And her future in this respect is cloudless. She will never shelter strangers who are not necessary to strangers and will not allow herself to be dismissed by nurses in the care of ungrateful, insolent and avid spongers from the South and East, on which all of Europe has already pierced. Poland is one of the few in Europe that stands on the only correct European route. And this will definitely affect the conditions of life and results. And the rest of Europe is still ahead of completely insoluble problems. And their solution will (if at all) not harmless and harmless.
AAAA, I do not believe that I see such a topic. The author, like I was a year ago)))) Damn, too, was sick with Poland and what do you think, I’m here now)) Now I dream back to return to my beloved Moscow. But I got married, that’s how it came to me here)) Now I just created the trouble myself, pregnant, with my foreign husband and still want to back))
Polish language, by the way, class and learns easily. I learned a year. Only so tired of it all, still all the strangers. I’d better go back and I will continue to love this country, but. on distance))
By the way, I can not say anything bad about the country itself. Not bad here, and it’s probably possible to settle, and people are nice and educated even in our province. But it is my personal, apparently, I realized that I want to live at home. But this is my personal experience, of course. I do not want to relive everything from scratch and start from scratch. The joy of emigration still for those who have nothing at home, I do not.
And you, the author, have to go to school here and look around, that’s how it is. I really wanted to do it if I did not find my husband.
Well, I do not get acquainted with the sites and I never accept this.
Can still options?
By the way, in vain. I just through the site and met, and then I did not set myself such a goal, I just wanted to practice the language with the carriers and, here, pre-practiced))
But the husband is a delight, Tm! We have none. That’s what is remarkable about Poland, this is her men, that’s for sure) The new generation (under 35 years old) is already Europeanized, respects a woman, appreciates it, caresses and lovers like cats help with housework, do not hesitate to deal with children- all the advantages of Western men, but at the same time by the mentality is closer to me. And not only for my husband I judge, but also for his surroundings. They are trying to get a family early for all this, but they are not far from us yet. Children are very fond of, many have many children. Maybe it’s because abortions are forbidden. S \ n, however, I will immediately say, it’s not ah, but here in general the level of salaries, as well as prices is much lower.
The author I understand you – also want to live in Poland, and almost for the same reasons as you)) I also think how to get there. My husband has the opportunity to get a Pole’s card, but I do not understand how she can help.
How can you not understand? Very many can help! The Pole’s card is everything. This and work can be arranged in Poland, and live here, and full medical support, and drive cars, and travel to other EU countries, and even work in other EU countries too!
Chip, I’m just – thanks! because of laziness before by plainly “the Pole’s card” I was not interested, well that was reminded and “given a kick” ))
My husband’s husband was born and lived in Poland until 9 years, then moved to Ukraine, but she still had the citizenship of Poland until she was 20 years old – then she married and changed her citizenship. But there are all the documents, both about birth and school. In Poland, there were some of her relatives. The husband knows the Polish language well. The truth is one “BUT” – For some reason the husband is not really in a hurry to develop a card – he says he does not need it. On the website of the Polish consulate, I read that a child can also get a Pole’s card if she has one of the parents. I want the child to have such a card, I will “squeeze it” on it and ” ))
Good afternoon everyone!
I’m sorry that I’m getting out of your topics a little, but can someone tell me. Is there a right on the Pole’s card to WORK in another country, for example in the Czech Republic.
Good afternoon everyone!
I’m sorry that I’m getting out of your topics a little, but can someone tell me. Is there a right on the Pole’s card to WORK in another country, for example in the Czech Republic.
Oh, I’m above wrong written. The card of the Pole does not give the right to work in other European countries (I mixed it up with the card for the time I have.
Extract from the embassy page:
The Pole’s card is a document confirming belonging to the Polish Peoples. The owner of the Pole’s Card has the rights arising from the law on the Pole’s Card adopted by the Parliament of the Republic of Poland on September 7, 2007. The law comes into force within 6 months from the date of publication in the collection of resolutions? Monitor Poland ?, that is, in the last days of March 2008.
A person with a Pole Card:
? can receive for free a long-term residence visa granting the right to multiple crossing the borders of the Republic of Poland.
? can work legally in the territory of the Republic of Poland without the need to obtain a work permit.
? can engage in business in Poland on the same grounds as Polish citizens.
? can use in Poland a free education system at basic, secondary and higher levels on the same basis as Polish citizens, while simultaneously applying for financial assistance and scholarships intended for foreigners studying in Poland.
? may, in urgent cases, use the Polish free healthcare system on the same basis as Polish citizens.
? can enjoy a 37% discount on railway travel on the territory of Poland.
? can visit state museums in Poland for free.
? has the right, as a matter of priority, to seek financial resources,
intended for the support of Poles abroad, from the budget of the Polish state or from the budget of local government at the level of the commune.
The card is not a nationality.
Attention! Obtaining a Pole’s Card does not mean obtaining Polish citizenship, a permanent residence permit on the territory of the Republic of Poland, or the right of visa-free crossing of the borders of the Republic of Poland.
Chip, I’m just – thanks! because of laziness before by plainly “the Pole’s card” I was not interested, well that was reminded and “given a kick” ))
My husband’s husband was born and lived in Poland until 9 years, then moved to Ukraine, but she still had the citizenship of Poland until she was 20 years old – then she married and changed her citizenship. But there are all the documents, both about birth and school. In Poland, there were some of her relatives. The husband knows the Polish language well. The truth is one “BUT” – For some reason the husband is not really in a hurry to develop a card – he says he does not need it. On the website of the Polish consulate, I read that a child can also get a Pole’s card if she has one of the parents. I want the child to have such a card, I will “squeeze it” on it and ” ))
And if the husband and child receive a Pole’s card, then with his wife like? can the wife without Polish roots get a card together with the rest of the family?
Go to Poland and do not even think. Open the rating of countries (the best country for life), I think this is the main criterion. Poland is somewhere in the 38th Russia 100.
In Poland, there is nothing complicated for smart people who think and do not carry diarrhea without knowing what they are talking about. To get the right to live in your case, you can open an LLC (it will cost about 5-4 thousand cu. Money in your account and you can manage it as you like. For example, open some consulting firm “About Russia.” With this, everyone will help you firm intermediaries, the main thing do not contact people who say that everyone can and know, just give money.
In short, there are always options, but there are also underwater rocks, only they are here in the form of knowledge of the language, starting money for life and in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine. they are everywhere, not life but only solid stones.
And for those who write any nonsense. the proverb is wonderful.
If people only said what they know, the world would be much quieter & quot;
Edward, thank you! Everything is accessible and understandable. And what about the training of schoolchildren in gymnasiums. After all, the initial difficulties due to imperfect knowledge of the Polish language exist. Are there gymnasiums for instruction in Russian?
There are a lot of people left from Russia on the forum .. I understand that vryatli to Poland (here more often Canada, America, Germany and so on), but still, you can throw a couple of tips on where to start? It does not matter which country you left, I think the process obtaining a visa it is similar. I graduate from the university (Russian), with Polish problems, but I think I have lived there for a couple of months and when I go to the courses I will quickly learn. What ideas, tips? We will begin with obtaining a visa, of course. Maybe study? Maybe the purchase of real estate (this is real, selling Russian), but she does not give the right to live on the amount of understanding.
In your case, this is study in Poland. This is convenient, because here you can study in absentia every two weeks on Saturdays and Sundays. Under these conditions, you will open a national visa and immediately upon arrival, file your documents on the card of residence, in other words – a temporary residence permit. Learn the language, after the Russian – Polish is primitive. Prepare yourself that we are not loved here, and it’s still gently said. If you need help advice – write. I have been here for 3 years, so with all sorts of formal procedures is well known.
Firstly, the gentlemen are not Poles and Polka Poleska, it’s the one who bites a lot, and secondly Poland is a great country that did not say lived there for 5 years.
I want to give all of you advice: if you are young and poor or fi, dare Poland, and so on, like there is no money, and if there is, then everywhere you live.
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